The County is now entering a three-year process to achieve the plan’s goals and objectives — and enhance the County’s standing as a livable community for people all ages.
On July 26, 2020, the 30-year anniversary of the signing of the ADA, Arlington County will celebrate and recognize the progress that has been made by reaffirming the principles of equality and inclusion and recommitting our efforts to reach full ADA compliance.
Nearly 70 community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, and school-based groups that are helping us distribute almost 50,000 cloth face coverings to community members this summer.
The Arlington County Board will adopt the Fiscal Year 2021 Capital Improvement Plan and act on dozens of other items at its July meeting.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ regional Point-in-Time enumeration showed Arlington had a 7-percent reduction in overall homelessness.
Arlington se compromete a proporcionar programas y servicios que apoyen a las mujeres, especialmente durante la pandemia del Covid-19, donde la pérdida de empleo, el cuidado de niños, la educación en el hogar y los deberes de cuidado han recahído desproporcionadamente sobre las mujeres
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its June Board Meeting. The meeting will be held virtually.
Arlington is committed to providing programs and services that support women, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic where job loss, childcare, home schooling and caretaking duties have all fallen disproportionately on women.
The Arlington County Board took a number of actions related to the County’s COVID-19 pandemic response at its May Meeting.
La pandemia del COVID-19, y la subsiguiente recesión económica, están provocando que muchas personas experimenten depresión, ansiedad, estrés y aislamiento, entre otros desafíos. “Una de cada cinco personas experimentará una enfermedad mental en algún momento de su vida”, dijo el Dr. John Palmieri, Jefe de la División de Salud Mental del Condado de Arlington. “Debido […]